Entropy Press – #1 – Review

Entropy Press

#1 (63 Endicott St. Boston, MA 02113)
by Clarendon Lavorich

A creative jumble of randomness, expressing the Second Law of Thermodynamics (everything eventually turns to shit if you don’t do anything about it) in a format of found (read: Plagiarized) material combined with original poems and art and essays. It’s difficult to be non-linear in a literature format (as Mcluhan, Burroughs, Joyce, and Wilson can attest), but Entropy Press pulls it off. Look at it one way and it’s a manifesto. Choose a different angle, it’s a new way to look at life and perception in general. Look at it a third way, it’s meaningless crap. Just for laughs, ponder this: If entropy is the process of an inevitable increase of disorder, then the entire ‘zine is a contradiction. Or as the sage once said, “I have the largest seashell collection on earth. I keep it scattered around on all the beaches in the world.”
(www.entropypress.com)

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